Heard this on NPR and Urban Velo reminded me to link this…
Afgan Amputee Bike Messengers…Appreciated, on Bike Messenger love day.
Link to NPR story.
Transportation Alternatives sponsors this group ride through the Bronx every October.
Part two of last week’s I-cycle Puma’s Sprints:
This is probably old news for everyone but I’m still playing catch up here from my move to Parkslopia last week. Still digging through all the boxes trying to find things like the power cable to the modem and keys to my bike locks.
The Department of Transportation, with their new initiatives of “greening” NYC, wants to increase bicycle commuting with the numbers doubled by 2015, just in time for Mike Bloomberg’s 4th term as New York city’s supreme overlord. Realizing this increase in ridership is largely contingent on secure bicycle parking, the city came up with a contest to design bike racks which will hopefully be completed a lot sooner then that other site in which they had a design contest for.
The contest for new bike racks involved over 200 entries from 24 states and 26 countries and can be read about in this NY times article by Sewell Chan.
10 finalists have been announced and their design submissions are currently installed in Astor Place, by “Alamo”, (the Cube)
Meanwhile, Lyle over at the bike blog Projecto-B took some pictures and realized there was a special place for one of the racks…
You to can make quality cinema like this and submit it too the next instalation of:
Thats right Ken and Luke are back with the ongoing spontaneous bicycle related film screening series.
For submission info check out the bike shorts site at: Bikeshortfilms.com